Associated model numbers: GWKIC, ACSD1G

  1. Important Information
    • WARNING - Moving Door can cause serious injury or death
      • DO NOT install transmitter unless the door operator's safety reverse works as required by the door operator's manual
      • Wall control must be mounted in sight of door, at least 5 feet above floor and clear of moving door parts
      • Keep people clear of opening while door is moving
      • DO NOT allow children to play with the transmitter or door operator
    • If safety reverse does not work properly:
      • Close door then disconnect operator using the manual release handle
      • DO NOT use transmitter or door operator
      • Refer to Door and Door Operators Owner's Manuals before attempting any repairs
    • Electrical Shock can cause serious injury or death:
      • Power cord must be unplugged before attaching any wires
      • Be sure wire ends do not touch each other or other terminals
      • If you have questions or if you need a manual, contact the distributor or manufacturer of the operator
  2. Installation instructions
    • NOTE: program keypad before mounting!
    • Features:
      • Controls up to three doors
      • Panic control Once control is established and for 30 seconds thereafter, any button will control door
      • Two Permanent Personal Identification Numbers (PIN)
      • Temporary PIN for special purpose access
      • Any PIN can be up to 8 digits long
      • Lighted Keypad for ease of use at night
      • Indicator Light gives visual confirmation of key presses
    • NOTE: For convenience in programming you may wish to install Wireless Keypad after Basic Programming of Wireless Keypad and Garage Door Operator(s) is completed.
      • Mount keypad (mounting screws located inside battery compartment
      • Slide off battery cover and remove battery
      • Mark two holes by tapping a small nail through screw holes on keypad. Drill 1/16' pilot holes then fasten with #6 screws enclosed. Replace Keypad cover.
      • Replace battery and slide battery cover back into place

Section 1 - Installation instructions

NOTE: For convenience in programming you may wish to install Wireless Keypad after Basic Programming of Wireless Keypad and Garage Door Operator(s) is completed.
  • Mount wireless keypad on a flat vertical surface with enough room above to slide cover up. pick location out of path of moving garage door and supporting hardware
  • Slide Keypad Cover up and pull off wireless keypad. Slide off battery cover and remove battery
  • Mark two holes by tapping a small nail through screw holes on keypad. Drill 1/16' pilot holes then fasten with #6 screws enclosed. Replace Keypad cover.
  • Replace battery and slide battery cover back into place

Section 2 - Basic programming

  • How to enter Personal Identification Number (PIN 1)
  • How to reset the Wireless Keypad memory
A - Programming the wireless keypad
Entering PIN 1 Action Keypad Indicator
  Open cover fully Blinks once and goes out
  Press 3-5-7  
  Press "PROG" Blinks once each second
  Enter PIN 1 (up to 8 digits)  
  Press "PROG" Double blinks each second
  Close cover fully  

NOTE: Your wireless Keypad is now ready to signal your Door Operator. Your Door Operator must be programmed to accept the signal from your Wireless Keypad.

Resetting the wireless keypad:
  • Open cover half way
  • Press and hold "PROG" and "8" while fully opening cover
  • INDICATOR will blink once and go out
  • Close cover fully

NOTE: Wireless Keypad memory is now set the same as when it left the factory (Return to Entering PIN 1).

B - Programming 1 door operator

How to program your Door Operator to receive the signal from your Wireless Keypad.

WARNING!
During this programming the Door Operator could begin to run. Be sure to stay away from the moving door and it's parts. To prevent the door from moving, close door then disconnect it from the Door Operator by pulling the Red Emergency Release Handle.

Find the Learn Code Button and Radio Signal Indicator located on the Door Operator power head. Open Wireless Keypad Cover fully. This can be found where you see the antenna wire hanging from the motor head (you may have to take the lens cover off). If antenna wire is not hanging from motor head then you have an external receiver which is a black box approx. 6" x 2" mounted somewhere in the garage with a antenna wire hanging from it (pop off cover to find Learn Code Button).

Action Keypad Indicator
Press Operator Learn Code button Blinks
Enter PIN 1  
Press "SEND" Stays on
Press "SEND" Goes out
Press "SEND" to test system Motor runs
Press "SEND" to test system Motor stops

Use the Emergency Release to reconnect the Door to the Door Operator. Your system is now ready to use.

C - Controlling 1 door operator
Action Keypad Indicator
Open cover Wait for Keypad Indicator to go out before pressing any buttons
Enter PIN 1 Indicator blinks with each key press
Press and hold "SEND" Door moves if only 1 door
Close cover fully  

NOTE:
  • If indicator is solid, PIN 1 was entered correctly
  • If indicator blinks, PIN1 was entered incorrectly. Close cover and start over.
  • Any Keypad button will control the door within 30 second after door begins to move or until cover is closed

Section 3 - Programming multiple door operators

  • How to add Door Operators 2 and 3 to Wireless Keypad
  • How to program your door Operator to receive the signal from your Wireless Keypad

WARNING
During this programming the Door Operator could begin to run. Be sure to stay away from the moving door and it's parts. To prevent the door from moving, close door then disconnect it from the Door Operator by pulling the Red Emergency Release Handle.

A - Adding more doors to the wireless keypad
Action Keypad Indicator
Open cover fully Blinks once and goes out
Enter PIN 1  
Press "PROG" Blinks once each second
Press "PROG" Double blinks each second
Press "PROG" Triple blinks each second
Enter total number of doors (2 or 3)  
Press "PROG" Goes out
Close cover fully  

NOTE: Your Wireless Keypad is now ready to signal your door operators. Each Door Operator must be programmed to accept the signal from your Wireless Keypad. Decide which Door Operator will be Door 1, Door 2 and Door 3.

B - Programming multiple door operators
  • Find the Learn Code Button and Radio Signal Indicator located on the Door Operator power
  • Head Open Wireless Keypad cover fully

Action Radio Signal Indicator
Press Operator Learn Code button Blinks
Enter PIN 1  
Press "SEND"  
Enter door number (1, 2, or 3) Stays on
Press "SEND" Goes out
Press "SEND" to test system Motor runs
Press "SEND" to test system Motor stops
Close wireless keypad cover fully  

NOTE: Use the Emergency Release to reconnect the Door to the Door Operator. Your system is now ready to use. If you are programming another Door Operator go to that machine and repeat the above steps.

C - Controlling multiple door operators
Action Keypad Indicator
Open cover Wait for keypad indicator to go out before pressing any buttons
Enter PIN 1 Indicator blinks with each key press
Press "SEND"  
Enter door number (1, 2, or 3) Door moves
Close cover fully  

NOTE:
  • If indicator is solid, PIN was entered correctly
  • If indicator blinks, PIN was entered incorrectly. Close cover and start over.
  • Any Keypad Button will control the door within 30 seconds after door begins to move or until cover is closed

Section 4 - Enhanced programming

  • How to add a Second Personal Identification Number (PIN2)
  • How to change Personal Identification Number (PIN 1 or PIN 2)
  • How to add and cancel a Temporary Personal Identification Number (PIN)

Changing a PIN Action Keypad Indicator
  Open cover fully Blinks once and goes out
  Enter PIN to be changed  
  Press "PROG" Blinks once each second
  Enter new PIN  
  Press "PROG" Double blinks if PIN 1 changed
Goes out if PIN 2 changed
  Close cover fully  

NOTE: Your Wireless Keypad is now ready to signal your Door Operator(s). Your Door operator(s) must be programmed to accept the signal from your Wireless Keypad.

See 2B Programming 1 Door Operator or 3B Programming Multiple Door Operators.

Adding PIN 2 Action Keypad Indicator
  Open cover fully Blinks once and goes out
  Enter 1-5-9  
  Press "PROG" Blinks once each second
  Enter PIN 2 (up to 8 digits)  
  Press "PROG" Goes out
  Close cover fully  

NOTE: Your Wireless Keypad is now ready to signal your Door Operator(s). Your Door Operator(s) must be programmed to accept the signal from your Wireless Keypad.

See 2B Programming 1 Door Operator or 3B Programming Multiple Door Operators.

Adding Temporary PIN Action Keypad Indicator
  Open cover fully Blinks once and goes out
  Enter PIN 1  
  Press "PROG" Blinks once each second
  Press "PROG" Double blinks each second
  Enter temporary PIN  
  Press "PROG" Triple blinks each second
  Close cover fully  

NOTE: Your Wireless Keypad is now ready to signal your Door Operator(s). You do not need to reprogram your Door Operator(s).

Cancelling temporary PIN: The Temporary PIN will remain active until the next time PIN 1 is entered. Entering PIN 1 cancels the Temporary PIN.



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